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A new app for ridesharing allows drivers and customers to negotiate a price for their journey fare.
Computer scientists at Russian university have developed a way to mine Instagram data to offer visitors a more authentic travel experience.
Crowdfunding Teddy Food allows donators to choose how their money is spent and then watch their pet be cared for via video streaming.
Architect-designed ice skating rink will use solar and geothermal power to keep the rink frozen all year-round.
GoBe2 wearable automatically measures calorie intake by detecting cell glucose levels, enabling users to visualise how their body processes their diet without having to upload calories themselves.
Umer is a new Russian startup that allows the bereaved to organise funerals through an app.
Moscow-based startup is creating a digital database for objects with high quality images and descriptions.
Verso’s facial recognition algorithms have been used to monitor politicians’ TV coverage on major networks, offering a real time percentage of screen share.
Grabr piggybacks existing journeys to deliver almost any item, anywhere.
Sound of Change aims to expand street musicians’ audiences by bringing them online, through the videos of up-and-coming filmmakers.
Test4startup uses an algorithm to test business idea strength in current markets and against competitors, generating feedback and advice.
Researchers at ITMO University develop method for printing holographic rainbow images using inkjet printers.
Corner offers seamless flight options and fast booking all in one app.
SeeLight is a crowdsourced app that offers audible information to help blind and visually impaired users cross urban roads.
The hiding ad is a smart billboard advertising banned European goods, which automatically scrolls out of rotation when the police approach.
I.am.here is a mobile app which uses a Brain Computer Interface to translate paralyzed victims’ emotions into simple statements of feeling.
Russian non-profit Dislife is using projections of real disabled people to ward off people who try to take disabled spaces.
App uses natural language recognition and artificial intelligence to help users find restaurants nearby.
Russian oral care company R.O.C.S. has now developed a toothpaste that’s loaded with taurine to give people a morning boost while they brush their teeth.
Dutch beer brand Grolsch’s Movie Unlocker service gives customers free access to on-demand video with just a clink of their bottle.
The Russian arm of Greenpeace has created EcoCard, a business card that’s getting more people to use public transport by combining contact details with free train rides.